Woke up to snowy vistas this morning! It will all be gone within a day so we’re enjoying the views while we can.Click here to leave a comment
On this day of celebrating the earth, I’d also like to give thanks for our guests Scott and Tina and 6 year old Kate and little 3 year old Izzie who always show us how to appreciate all of the planet’s bounty — especially the food!
Scott is a seasoned professional chef (ho ho) and has treated us to amazing meals all week. And yesterday Tina and I took Kate for her first sushi. Although the weather’s been a bit cool for Sedona, we’ve managed to pack in a lot of touring as well. We do love having guests!Click here to leave a comment
We went for a little picnic on Beaver Creek Saturday afternoon, and to see the nearby petroglyphs – rock carvings created by the Sinagua tribe sometime between 1150 and 1400 AD.
Fascinating and fun.Click here to leave a comment
3 Ladies from Chico’s – Sue, Sunny and Debbie. Notice the amazing similarity in scarfs? Since we each selected the same one, maybe we should be the 3 Caballeros.Click here to leave a comment
Photo credit Tut99
We’re getting California’s major rainstorms now and keeping an eye on the potential flooding of Oak Creek. Hope it’s not too bad what with the construction of the new bridge there.
I’m glad I was able to get out earlier this week with my friend, Cynthia, and have lunch at The Jazz Bouquet. What a unique concept for a shop — tea, flowers and jazz! On this particular Tuesday afternoon, they served a lunch of sugar snap pea soup with parmesan cream garnish, carrot and goat cheese sandwich with green olive tapenade, a choice of teas, and a chocolate truffle. Along with lunch came a concert by Eric Miller, a very talented local jazz musician.
Now I plan to comfortably hunker down and wait out the storm…Click here to leave a comment
Emily Troutman’s photo essay of Haiti is haunting. She left the country one day before the earthquake, after recording vivid images of art and natural beauty. She’s going back to continue her story, now one of hope and prayer for a return to even the meager conditions that existed before the devastation. Give whatever you can to help.Click here to leave a comment
photo credit Thai Jasmine
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